WRITE: How to WRITE a Paragraph


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How to Write a Paragraph is a simple, no-prep, 12-week writing program that will have your students building paragraphs in record time.  This K-2 curriculum begins by reviewing sentence structure and writing mechanics then slowly builds to writing complete paragraphs over a 4-day week.  Each week is simply structured with a daily instructional guide that includes verbal reminders and short teaching examples.  This new writing program can easily be adapted to home or classroom settings.  See below for full product description.

Please Note this product is included in our R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook Gr.1


‚≠źBudget-Friendly Pricing

‚≠źSimple, Low-Prep Format

‚≠źInteractive & Hands-On

‚≠źFriction-Free Homeschooling

‚≠źMeets or Exceeds Standards

‚≠źMultiple Students & Abilities

‚≠źSimple Format Outlines

‚≠źNo Expensive Teacher Guides

‚≠źEncourages Independence


How to WRITE a Paragraph covers 4 days each week over a course of 12 weeks.  The first four weeks review sentence structure, grammar, and mechanics as well as the use of strong adjectives and verbs. The remaining 8 weeks cover four different types of paragraph writing (Descriptive, Opinion, Informative and Narrative) in two week increments. A simple teaching outline is provided detailing the goals and instructional points for each week.  Children complete their writing assignments by following a simple daily checklist.

Please Note this product is included in our R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook Gr.1


Week 1: Sentence Structure & Mechanics

Week 2: Topics & Main Ideas

Week 3: Types of Writing

Week 4: Strong Adjectives & Verbs

Week 5: Descriptive Paragraph (My Teacher)

Week 6: Descriptive Paragraphs (Mystery Food)

Week 7: Opinion Paragraph (My Favorite Candy)

Week 8: Opinion Paragraph (A Good Friend)

Week 9: Informative Writing (Animal Report)

Week 10: Informative Writing (All About Me)

Week 11: Narrative Writing (My Best Day Ever)

Week 12: Narrative Writing (An Exciting Event)


Instructional Charts:

  • Sentence Structure Chart
  • Main Idea Chart
  • Types of Writing Chart
  • Types of Writing Chart 2
  • Strong Adjectives Chart
  • Strong Verbs Chart
  • Hamburger Paragraph
  • Paragraph Writing Steps
  • Transitions Chart
  • Read & Edit Chart

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1 review for WRITE: How to WRITE a Paragraph

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tricia (verified owner)

    My son was ready to move on to more intentional writing and I love how this breaks it all down for him! The daily/weekly plan makes it easy for me to use, and I love the graphic organizers!

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